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John Allen has two daughters, Betty, a quiet, demure girl, her mother's right hand "man," and Allie, a pretty, vivacious young lady, who has just spent a year in the east. To celebrate ... See full summary
John Allen has two daughters, Betty, a quiet, demure girl, her mother's right hand "man," and Allie, a pretty, vivacious young lady, who has just spent a year in the east. To celebrate Allie's homecoming, the father gives her a beautiful white horse, named Roger, which the boys call "The Pride of the Ranch." Betty is pleased to have her sister home and to have her receive Roger, but not to have Ned Roberts spend so much of his time with her. She is unaware that Ned and Allie are only planning an engagement ring for her. Bert Andrews is also displeased with Ned, for he wants Allie to himself. Allie, however, takes a dislike to him and is delighted when Ned declares that Roger can easily beat Bert's famous horse, "Beauty." The men bet heavily, and Bert bribes Bill, one of the Allen cowboys, to note Roger's speed, and notify him at once. Bill obeys, and as a result, Bert pays him to secret Roger until after the race is over. To do this, Bill is obliged to chloroform Joe, the trainer. He ...

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